All women have a fungus that naturally lives in the vagina called Candida Albicans. When this fungus overgrows, it causes a vaginal yeast infection, making the area itchy, inflamed, irritated, and somewhat painful. Most women in their lives experience vaginal yeast infections. In fact, 75% of women report having had to deal with this struggle
Did you know that Bursitis happens more frequently with age? The older you get, the more likely you will experience this unfortunate and debilitating condition. While that may seem like bad news, the good news is that there are ways to alleviate the inflammation and pain. Treating bursitis naturally can be achieved through Ayurvedic healing.
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